Alongside the Ottawa Curling Club quartet, there are several other local curlers in the mix at the Roar, including a pair of past Olympic champs who grew up in Ottawa.
A pair of local gymnasts punched their tickets to California, where they’ll escape Ottawa’s notoriously frigid January weather.
Seyi Smith describes going down an icy chute in a bobsled like “somebody puts you into a trash can, throws you off a cliff, and then somebody’s sitting on your back on the way down.”
THE HOME TEAM: Team Homan primed to have hometown support for Olympic trials.
Marija Curran is on a roll.
By Jake Romphf The Nepean Junior Wildcats had four representatives at the 2017 National Women’s Under-18 Championships. There were three players from the team, including a pair of Nepean natives that helped Team Ontario Red win their fourth straight championship at the November tournament. Abygail Moloughney and Sophie Wolf each made their debut playing at…
By Michael Sun Three former Gloucester Devils players will play for Team Canada at the World Ringette Championships in Mississauga from Nov. 27- Dec 3. Forwards Kaitlyn Youldon and Allison Biewald from the Gatineau Fusion and goalie Jasmine Leblanc from the Ottawa Ice will represent Canada. Youldon and Biewald are the National Ringette League’s (NRL)…